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Revolutionary War Soldiers for NC and SC

Data provided by the website Carolana.

StateFirstLastRankRegimentFromTo NotesBattles 
NC Abraham Potter CaptainGranville County Regiment1778 17812/3/1778, a Captain under Col. Robert Harris. 1779, under Col. Joseph Taylor. 1780, under Maj. William Gill and Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1780, marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, learned of Gates's Defeat, turned around and went to Wilmington. 1781, under Col. William Moore. aka Abram Potter. Permalink
NC Abram Potter PrivateSurry County Regiment1780 17811780, a Private under Capt. John Armstrong and Lt. Col. Joseph Phillips. 1780, a Private under Capt. Joel Lewis, attached to Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter (Montgomery County Regiment). 1781, a Private, Captain not named. Born 1745 in Bladen (what would become Anson then Rowan) County, NC.Hanging Rock (SC), Camden (SC), Cowpens (SC). Permalink
SC Adam Potter Horseman2nd Spartan Regiment1779 1782Served under Col. Thomas Brandon during 1779 and 1782, unit(s) unknown. Also, 195 days as a Horseman under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment) during 1780, unit unknown. Permalink
NC Daniel Potter Corporal2nd NC Regiment1782 1782A Corporal under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 18 months.
A Sergeant in Dec. 1782.
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NC Daniel Potter Corporal6th NC Regiment1777 1778A Private under Capt. George Dougherty.
A Corporal in Nov. 1777.
A Sergeant in May 1778.
Discharged on 3/21/1779.
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NC Daniel Potter Private1st NC Regiment1776 A Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.
9/8/1778, a known Private under Capt. Joshua Bowman.
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NC Daniel Potter Private6th NC Regiment 1777A Private under Capt. George Dougherty.
A Corporal in Nov. 1777.
A Sergeant in May 1778.
Discharged on 3/21/1779.
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NC Daniel Potter Sergeant2nd NC Regiment1782 A Corporal under Capt. Benjamin Carter.
A Sergeant in Dec. 1782.
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NC Daniel Potter Sergeant6th NC Regiment1778 1779A Private under Capt. George Dougherty.
A Corporal in Nov. 1777.
A Sergeant in May 1778.
Discharged on 3/21/1779.
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NC Edward Potter Private2nd NC Regiment1781 6/3/1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 12 months.
POW at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC on 9/8/1781.
Eutaw Springs (SC). Permalink
SC Ephraim Potter SC 2nd Regiment1777 1780In Militia until 1783, unit(s) unknown. Permalink
NC John Potter Private3rd NC Regiment 17784/27/1776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Granbury for 2-1/2 years.
Discharged in Oct. 1778.
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NC John Potter PrivateDobbs County Regiment1781 Feb. 1781, a known Private under Capt. Henry Taylor and Col. James Darnell. Permalink
SC Miles Potter 71 days in Militia, unit and dates unknown. Permalink
NC Peleg Potter Private3rd NC Regiment1778 7/30/1778, a Private under Capt. Michael Quinn for nine months. Permalink
NC Samuel Potter Private8th NC Regiment1777 1777A Private under Capt. Robert Raiford.
Died in Sep. 1777.
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SC Stephen Potter 1781 1782In Militia from 5/24/1781 to 1/14/1782, unit unknown. Permalink
NC Thomas Potter Private10th NC Regiment1777 5/18/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Sheppard, Jr. Permalink
NC William Potter CorporalFranklin County Regiment1780 Was a Private. 1780, a Corporal under Capt. Richard Ransom. Permalink
NC William Potter PrivateFranklin County Regiment1780 17801780, a Private under Capt. Richard Ransom, attached to Lt. Col. John Lowry and Col. John Sheppard (Wayne County Regiment). In
Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. 1780, also a Corporal. Born in 1750 in Lunenburg County, VA.
Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC). Permalink
NC William Potter PrivateLincoln County Regiment1780 10/7/1780, a known Private, unit unknown.Kings Mountain (SC). Permalink